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Archive for January, 2011

Czech Wikipedia translated from Esperanto? Posted by on Jan 27, 2011

You may now know the history of the Esperanto Wikipedia, but did you know that the Czech Wikipedia was started through Esperanto? Back in November 2002, the Esperanto Wikipedia was already a year old and maturing, but the Czech Wikipedia didn’t even have its interface translated yet! Well, today I have a guest article which…

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New format at NASK after 40 years Posted by on Jan 25, 2011

Today, I have Ellen Eddy with me who runs the North American Summer Esperanto Institute (in Esperanto: Nord-Amerika Somera Kursaro, NASK) which is an Esperanto course always run at an American university where people come from around the world to learn Esperanto intensively for a few weeks. I actually attended it myself in Brattleboro, Vermont…

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Promoting the Esperanto Wikipedia (Part 4 of 4) Posted by on Jan 15, 2011

So far, we’ve gone from finding the Esperanto Wikipedia, to founding it, to the technical modifications necessary to make it work smoothly. If you haven’t read the first three parts, I’d highly recommend doing so first. Now, time to get the word out! After the major technical problems were handled, we felt it was ready…

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Esperanto documentary: The Universal Language Posted by on Jan 12, 2011

Se vi ŝatus vidi tradukon de ĉi tiu artikolo en Esperanto, legu ĝin ĉe Libera Folio. Today, Sam Green returns to us with answers to burning questions about the first documentary about Esperanto from a third party: The Universal Language. In case you missed our last interview about his previous live documentary, you can read…

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Unicoding the Esperanto Wikipedia (Part 3 of 4) Posted by on Jan 10, 2011

In the first part of this series, I told how I found the Esperanto Wikipedia and then in the second part of how I founded it. Now you’ll learn of how technical issues were dealt with and their influence on the entire multilingual Wikipedia project! So, this leaves one more problem… the site doesn’t support…

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